Introducing the new Apple Store in Tokyo before its grand opening on the 6th July - 2014. The first green and self sustainable Apple Store. Take a peek behind the scenes and see how it all comes together.
Sorry for replying so late :) If you have time until the end of the year I would wait as in October-November Apple helds a keynote and they usually release new ipads and macs. There are not many rumors about new macs but if you decide to wait you won’t regret it. :D
Travel writer Chérie King has been to 31 countries and 5 continents, relying on iPad Air to fully experience each destination. Her adventurous spirit inspires other deaf people to live just as fearlessly.
Chérie King believes the best way to discover a new city is to get lost in it. Whenever she touches down in a new city she immediately sets out to explore it, guided by just her spirit of adventure and her iPad. And when it’s time to find her way home again, she knows she can count on her iPad Air.
Esa-Pekka Salonen is passionate about breaking down the artificial barriers that cause people to assume classical music is not for them. To engage a new generation of listeners and demystify the workings of the symphony, he developed The Orchestra app for iPad.
Hey! There are plenty of choices, but I am between these two: Lenovo IdeaPad Z400 Touch and Dell Inspiron 15z (I15Z-4801SLV). Both laptops have a touchscreen, the same graphics card and similar screen size (14-15”). Although, one is running an inter i7 processor (8 GB RAM) and the other an i5 ( 6 GB RAM). I don’t think you’ll have any problem playing games with the i5 processor. But if it’s a big deal for you take the Dell. As you are using it for college, I don’t know how many files you are going to store in the computer: the Lenovo comes with 1 TB and the Dell with 500 GB. Both laptops are around 700 $. Personally, I would get the Lenovo Ideapad, it’s more than capable to fulfill the needs you may have. For more information check this comparison.
iOS 8 - Huge for developers. Massive for everyone else
iOS 8 is the biggest iOS release ever — for developers and everyone else. But that wasn’t the goal. We simply set out to create the most natural experience. Each enhancement has a purpose. Every new feature deserves to be a new feature. Each function is more considered, each next step is more eﬃcient. It all adds up to an even better experience — one that is pleasantly surprising at ﬁrst and becomes utterly indispensable before you know it.
An elegant design that feels entirely fresh, yet inherently familiar. The apps you use every day, enhanced with new features. And a completely new relationship between your Mac and iOS devices. OS X Yosemite will change how you see your Mac. And what you can do with it.